San Leandro Bicycle Plan goes to City Council

From EBBC:

Having being reviewed by the Planning Commission on 11/18/10 and the Facilities and Transportation Committee on 12/14/10, the draft 2010 Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan is expected to be adopted by the City Council on Monday, 02/07/11. The latest draft Plan and the Design Guidelines can be downloaded from City’s website at San Leandro Bicycle Plan.

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